Task Force Report on Emergency Evacuation of Transport Airplanes. Volume 1. Summary report.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF FLIGHT OPERATIONS
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This is one of two volumes that report on the study of the emergency evacuation of transport airplanes that was sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA. The study included the September 1985 Public Technical Conference and the public meetings of the three technical working groups formed during the conference as part of a task force effort. The working groups are Design and Certification, Training and Operations, and Maintenance and Reliability. The task force program focused on the reassessment of existing Federal Aviation Regulations pertaining to emergency evacuation. Topics considered in the study include evacuation demonstrations emergency exits evacuation slide certification, inspection, and maintenance emergency equipment crewmember training and duties passenger safety information air carrier operations and others. Volume I, Summary Report, summarizes the issues considered during the study and the outcome of those issues. Volume II, Supporting Documentation, contains meeting reports, formal presentation papers, and other documents on which the summary report is based. Author
- Transport Aircraft